Date: 30 Apr 97 03:19:07 From: email@example.com (Terry Schell) Organization: University of Illinois at Urbana References: 1 2
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Alan Wong <Alan.Wong@anu.edu.au> writes: <snip> >If my deductions are correct, then the existing 767ERs are rather compromised >as a long haul aircraft in that either freight capacity or seats have to he >left empty. This limitation will probably be carried to the 767-400 as well. >Maybe that is why SAS finds the A340 or 777-200IGW much more suitable >(assuming again that my deduction is correct). Interesting speculation... I wonder if this means that the 767ER's will be helped by the recent trend in long-haul aircraft to increase seat pitch (or expand "business class seating") at the expense of a couple rows of seats? I think that United and American both announced plans to do this on their long-hauls; I assume the competition will follow.